A Bunch Of European TV Shows Are Mocking Donald Trump With Spoof Tourism Ads


Satirical TV shows across Europe are trying to woo U.S. PresidentDonald Trump. In a way.

Theyre using hilarious spoof tourism ads to persuade him to put their nations second (because he has already pledged to put America First).

Dutch TV show Zondag Met Lubach kicked off the proceedings in January when it used Trumps own speaking style to point out the Netherlandsbest assets. Not to be outdone, shows in Denmark, Portugal, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Lithuania have all followed suit.

The everysecondcounts.euis aiming for all European nations to eventually put forward their case to enjoy a special relationship with the U.S. Check out the clips below:

  • 1 The Netherlands
    Zondag Met Lubach

    “We speak Dutch. It’s the best language in Europe. We’ve got all the best words.”
  • 2 Belgium
    De Ideale Wereld

    “ABBA is the most famous Belgian band in history. Well, they’re Swedish, but according to alternative facts they’re Belgian. I swear.”
  • 3 Switzerland
    Deville Late Night

    “We’re not flat, like for example the Netherlands. They are so flat. Total disaster.”
  • 4 Lithuania
    Laisvs TV

    “We are the center of Europe and the best country in Europe. Period. All the others are losers. Are they in the center? No, we are. Bullseye.”
  • 5 Portugal
    5 Para a Meia-Noite

    “Sixty percent of Americans think that Portugal is a province of Spain. They probably voted for you.”
  • 6 Denmark

    “You have the Statue of Liberty, we have The Little Mermaid. But don’t let the name fool you. The Little Mermaid is actually pretty huge. Not little, but huge, okay? like your hands are huge, okay?”
  • 7 Germany
    Neo Magazine Royale

    “Everything is orange in the Netherlands, which we totally love because you are orange too, but the Dutch are dangerous.”
  • We will add in the new segments as and when they become available.

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